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The Storm (Flight 29 Down #4)

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Daley, Nathan, and the rest of the survivors of Flight 29 Down have learned to rely on one another for nothing less than survival. After all, they�re in the wilderness, and if they can�t work together, no one is safe. So when personal belongings start to go missing, the bonds of trust are shattered�with dangerous consequences . . .
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 3rd 2006 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Vishal Rajan
This book is very important in the series because a lot of action happens. Brad Strickland knows how to pull in readers because before this, there wasn't really action or any disasters happening. This book is also where he reveals the hope that everyone waits for. Something that I noticed and the author also mentioned is that the survivors don't plan anything or being pessimistic. They were just surviving and wasn't ready for the worst.
Emma
Mar 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: uno-challenge
Once again I felt like it was word for word exactly like the T.V. show, but at least you get a glimpse into each character's feelings. I think it helps for me since I have watched the show and I hear the character's voices as I read the book.

Their situation is getting more dire. They are beginning to realise they might not be rescued, at least anytime soon and that is taking it's toll on everyone.

The characters are growing and beginning to come together as a group of young adults. It's funny how
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Kevyn
Jan 27, 2009 added it
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The flight 29 down series is about a group of teenagers on their way to an educational field trip to a small island in the pacific. But when their crusty old plane's engines begin to fail they make a crash landing onto a big uncharted tropical island. The storm, just like all of the books in the series, has been made into a television show. Personally, i think that the television show better illustrates the action and suspense than the book does. I would recomend this book to kids ages 11-14.
Jason Gapinski
Jan 20, 2011 rated it liked it
I liked this book it always had something going on like if there was a storm or someone got lost or somthing. In the first a plane crashed and four people went out into the jungle to look for help well that was 2 and half weeks ago and only one person came back to camp in the 3rd book. The others are are somewhere out there and the person who came back left to go find them. I would recomend this book to anyone who likes adventure books.
Colton.w
Dec 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
in this book one of the passengers has a secret. then all the video diaries go missing. an on comming storm turn everthing to chaos or they could keep peace.
Mel Raschke
I am always looking for middle school literature for boys. This books would keep them entertained. There is enough mystery to keep them reading.
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William Bradley Strickland (b. 1947) is the author (or co-author) of over 60 novels and over 60 pieces of short fiction and poetry.

Born in New Hollard, Strickland earned his Ph.D. in American literature from the University of Georgia. He has taught English courses at the University of Georgia, Oglethorpe University, Truett-McConnell College, and, since 1987, at Gainesville State College.

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